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Was given a 1200. Battery was dead. Bike neglected and left outside. Gas tank will need to be cleaned and carbs I take it. Will know if it cranks as soon as battery takes a charge or I swap it out. Frame has rust on almost all welds. engine is pitted from chemicals. Think it is not worth bringing it back to life. Would be nice to figure the yr.

OK Im stupid. Bike had an envelope with the registration. Its an 87 lots of stuff on it.

Would the air compressor work on an 1100?
 

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Serial number plate is on the left side of the steering head. If that is missing it is stamped into the right side of the steering head.

You can sometimes figure the year by paint color. What model and what color? Post a pic.
 

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Thanks Dennis ! I got the info on some of the paper work left in the trunk. I am thinking is there anything I can use on my 1100 ? air lines for the rear shocks compressor etc....have not done a lot of research before asking.
 
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